The newspaper suspended Glenn Reynolds for a month after he made the inflammatory comment.
To demonstrate how dumb an argument the otherwise reasonable Glenn Reynolds has made, let me explain why voting should be capped at 25. Let's stop adults from voting.
Heritage is worth buying. Just reading it will leave you feeling like food is much more than sustenance.
What is it with public colleges preventing their students from handing out the Constitution? Have these schools ever heard of the First Amendment?
New Federal Shield Bill Is Last Best Chance for Meaningful Protection of Reporters' Confidential Sources
For the first time since the post-Watergate era, the stars are aligned for Congress to enact-and for the president to sign-a "Shield Law" that would provide meaningful protection against the forced-exposure of journalists' confidential sources
Over the last ten days as the Herman Cain sexual harassment story has unfolded and gained momentum, the partisan conservative press hasn't been able to uncover one salient fact or change the arc of the narrative in any substantial way.
It's a shame that our political exchange has come to this, but the GOP is preparing to pigeonhole any reference to health care at Sen. Kennedy's upcoming funeral as playing politics.
I'm reasonably certain that historians will peg the legacy of the president's first 100 days based partly upon this contrast between the crazy and the calm.
It turns out that that the tea baggers, led in part by Michelle Malkin, Glenn Reynolds and the Coward Rick Santelli, are politically more in line with the tax policies of King George than the views of the colonial patriots.
Michelle Malkin created a teabagger timeline. She seems to have left a few things out.